Another thing I want to talk about - reading books in one sitting. I do it so often and i don’t know whether I should.
a) it means I have to write a review practically every day and I AM TOO LAZY FOR THAT. So then what happens is it gets left and left and left, and by the time I do get round to it I’ve read so many other books since then that I can barely remember what I wanted to write in my review. (Although right now i’ve been pretty good with writing reviews. I have TEN POSTS SCHEDULED. *fist pump*).
b) Does it mean I read too fast?...I did this survey thing and apparently I can read 688 words per minute. 175% above national average...IS THAT WEIRD OR COOL?
I also never DNF a book. Well, I try not to. Usually If i’m not enjoying a book I put it down, but also keep it in the back of my mind that I will pick it up sooner or later. My reason is because sometimes, while I will never actually love that book totally, the ending may change my view of the author’s writing and I may pick up one of their other books and really enjoy it. - It has happened so I’m not just stabbing in the dark and hoping one day that will happen! I can only ever remember one book i have DNF-ed and still not got back to yet…*whispers* Twinmaker by Sean Williams. I was so hyped about it and then when I got it it was CONFUSING AND EURGH. I will pick it up again though. I think. I just don't know when...
I book push A LOT. I mean, who doesn't? But only if I absolutely LOVED the book. I also have a huge problem when I see someone reading a book I loved, I can't contain myself and I have to ask them where they are, what page they've got to, what's happening etc. I get scarily close to revealing spoilers though, when I say, have you got to - place yet?
WHAT ARE SOME OF YOUR READING HABITS? DO YOU THINK THEY BENEFIT YOU?